Fascinating ruins. Fantastic views. Great place to chill and picnic. And it's free!! We have been in summer and winter and lived it both times.
On a very wet day in October whilst in Snowdonia we came upon this castle ruin in Llanberis.We were actually on our way to The National Slate Museum,but passed by this hidden gem.It was teeming down but we walked the short way up to the ruins of ths lovely castle,the keep can be seen from the road going towards Llanberis,but... More
This is an atmospheric central tower on a hill looking up to the Dinorwig mountain and down to the lakes and Llanberis village. Its a short climb from the EM visitor centre and ideal to combine with the underground tour and the slate museum.
Wow,this is a beautiful ruin with a magnificent keep This castle certainly makes an impact,not only is it set in the most stunning scenery in Wales but the atmosphere is like stepping back in time The keep stands alone in Paradise,you almost expect to see the inhabitants walk pass you in their daily life It is free to view the... More
A short, moderately testing walk from the Royal Victoria Hotel, this amazing little castle overlooks Lake Padarn and the Snowdonia Range. It comprises a tower and remains of walls around it. It is secluded and delightful. Great for photos!
I have driven past this beautiful location many times and never stopped before. If you are in the area of Llanberis on a fine day, walk out of the town to this beautiful location. It is so peaceful (well it was yesterday!) there was me, the wife and the castle with its stunning view up the Llanberis Pass. Truly stunning.
The castle keep is most of what remains of the castle and it stands out above the views around town. It is a short walk to the castle and worth a visit if you have a few minutes before a visit to the Electric Mountain or a trip up the mountain on the railway.
Dolbadarn Castle is mainly the ruin of the keep, of a 13th Century castle. There are the remains of buildings around it. It never seems to get very busy and is popular with the locals for picnics. The views are excellent across the lake and up to the mountains. The access is straightforward, but the paths can be uneven and... More
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